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Diseases and disturbance of teak seedlings and plantations in Peninsular Malaysia

, : Diseases and disturbance of teak seedlings and plantations in Peninsular Malaysia. FRIM Technical Information Handbook Forest Research Institute Malaysia ( 26): iii + 20 pp.

An account is given of fungal and bacterial diseases of teak (Tectona grandis) in Peninsular Malaysia.

Accession: 003408313

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